7 amazing LGBTQ holiday cards we found on Twitter this year

7 amazing LGBTQ holiday cards we found on Twitter this year

Holiday cards designed for LGBTQ people are unfortunately still difficult to come by. Many stores that sell greeting cards either don’t offer any or else provide a very limited selection compared to the mainstream cards geared toward heterosexual, cisgender people. Nevertheless, determined card buyers always manage to find something–and when they can’t, they make the necessary changes so their LGBTQ loved ones feel included.

Here are seven of our favorite LGBTQ-centric holiday greeting cards we found on Twitter this year.

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This beautiful sentiment from a mom who has grown

This user’s mom showed how far she has come with a card designed for her daughter and her daughter’s wife. At the bottom, it reads, “Thank you both for being exactly who you are.”

Equality Ohio’s activism card

For those who want to remind their representatives what holiday spirit is really about, Equality Ohio created an easy way to send them greeting cards with an important message about ending anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination.

The perfect Christmas card for two dads

This adorable card from a child to their two dads celebrates the magic of Christmas as a family.

This printable rainbow tree from Etsy

This great card from Etsy costs just over a dollar and can be available to download moments after purchase.

This card honoring gay love

This sweet card honors the relationship between a gay dad and his partner. Who wouldn’t want to receive something like this from their kid?

This couple’s amazing throwback

This couple wasted no time breaking out an old holiday card when they realized they dropped the ball this year. Luckily, this hilarious card more than deserves a second appearance.

This perfect personalization

This user’s mother had to take matters into her own hands when the cards she bought weren’t quite right for her gay son and, presumably, his partner.

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